with John Brenkus and Trent Dilfer
 
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PLAYING QUARTERBACK IN THE NFL IS ARGUABLY THE MOST PHYSICALLY AND MENTALLY DEMANDING POSITION IN ALL OF SPORTS. 

And prognosticating which player’s skills will translate from college to the NFL has traditionally been very difficult to determine.

But the analysis of quarterbacks is about to change forever.

 

John Brenkus,

host and creator of the 6x Emmy Award winning Sport Science,

& Trent Dilfer,

Super Bowl winning QB and expert analyst,  have teamed up to create the most in-depth analysis of prospective NFL quarterbacks ever called “Soul and Science: Quarterbacks.”

 
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In a ground-breaking license deal with NFL Network, 

six “Soul and Science” segments will be featured exclusively throughout the entire NFL Network platform (both linear and non-linear) from April 15th-May 11th.   The segments will have a running time between three and six minutes and will analyze each of the top QBs in this year’s draft class including Josh Allen, Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold, Baker Mayfield, Lamar Jackson, Luke Falk, Mason Rudolph and Kyle Allen. 

NFL Network is planning on integrating at least one “Soul and Science” segment in every airing of  “Good Morning Football” and “Total Access” (which are their signature daily properties) from April 15 – May 11. The segments will serve as talking points for the hosts of each respective show.  In addition, the “Soul and Science” segments will be aired is whole or part during selected portions of their coverage of The NFL Draft.   All told, both linear and non-linear cumulative impressions will be between 4-5 million in the NFL’s exclusivity window.

“Soul and Science” has retained ownership of the segments and control of the sponsorship and product integration in perpetuity.  The possibilities for sponsor mentions include, but are not limited to:  logo on the front card of each segment, logos incorporated into selected tests, verbal mentions at the top and/or bottom of the segment, etc.  In addition, after the NFL Network’s exclusivity window expires, these segment can be housed on the “Soul and Science” platform and any sponsor’s platform as well.

For more than a decade, both Brenkus (through Sport Science) and Dilfer (through his own analysis), have helped to move players up in the draft by accentuating the positive aspects that are often overlooked by the front office in the NFL. 

By combining forces, “Soul and Science: Quarterbacks” will become the new gold standard for next level evaluation.

 
 

AIR TIMES FOR “GOOD MORNING FOOTBALL” and “TOTAL ACCESS”:

GOOD MORNING FOOTBALL

Original Episodes air Monday-Friday at 7am and are repeated at 10am

There will be an original airing on Saturday, April 29th at 7am because it’s during the Draft Week

 

TOTAL ACCESS

Original episodes in bold.

 

Week of April 16th

Monday: 1am, 6am, 7pm, 9pm, 11pm,

Tuesday: 6am, 7pm, 11pm

Wednesday: 1am, 6am, 7pm, 9pm, 11pm

Thursday: 6am, 7pm

Friday: 7pm, 11pm

Saturday 6am, 7pm, 11pm

Sunday: 6am, 7am

 

Week of April 23nd  (Draft Week):

Monday: 3am, 5am, 4pm (original 2hr ep), 7pm (original 1hr episode), 11pm

Tuesday: 1am, 3am, 6am, 4pm (original 2hr ep), 7pm (original 1hr episode), 9pm, 11pm

Wednesday: 3am, 5am, 6am, 4pm (original 2hr ep), 7pm (original 1hr episode), 11pm

Thursday: 4:30am (30 min), 5:30am (30 min), 6am, 11:30pm (90 min),

Friday: 12:30am, 1:30am, 6am, 11:45pm

Saturday: 1am, 2am, 3am, 4am, 5am, 6am, 7am, 8pm, 11pm

Sunday: 3am, 5am, 6am, 7am, 7pm, 11pm

 

Week of April 30th

Monday: 2am, 6am, 3pm, 7pm

Tuesday: 2am, 6am, 7pm, 11pm

Wednesday: 2am, 6am, 7pm, 11pm

Thursday: 2am, 6am 7pm, 11pm

Friday: 2am, 6am, 7pm, 11pm

Saturday: 6am, 11pm, 6am, 7am

 

Week of May 1st

Monday: 2am, 6am, 3pm, 7pm

Tuesday: 2am, 6am, 7pm, 11pm

Wednesday: 2am, 6am, 7pm, 11pm

Thursday: 2am, 6am 7pm, 11pm

Friday: 2am, 6am, 7pm, 11pm

Saturday: 6am, 11pm, 6am, 7am